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Snowball Chute

Learning at this age doesn’t come in the form of ABC’s and 123’s. It comes from getting to experiment and experience things like cause and effect, “What happens when I…?” Your child is constantly experimenting and making new connections throughout the day with objects, toys, and people in their environment. 318 more words

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Fine Motor Christmas Tree

One of my personal goals this year is to find more ways to integrate sensory and fine motor activities into my students days. Every academic activity we give our students can be modified to include fine motor or sensory. 440 more words

Gift Recommendations from Country Kids

by Amy Stirk, OT

When purchasing gifts for kids of all abilities this holiday season, consider “unplugged ” gifts that can help develop fine motor, visual motor, and gross motor skills while having fun at the same time! 60 more words

Can You Guess What This Tree Was Made Out Of... !? Amazing Fine Motor Activity!!






An ironing board!

(Or so I’ve been told that’s what it’s used for… I’ve never actually used it😜)


Phoebe has spent hours playing with it this week. 52 more words

Loose Leaf Tea Sensory Play

A is always excited to play with certain things when S is napping. Many days, like today, that involves some sort of sensory play.

After cleaning out our cupboards I realized we had a lot of tea that we do not like. 98 more words

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Skittles Experiment 

So A was excited about the skittles from Halloween . So we decided to do a little experiment (or as she called Magic)!

Did you know that if you places skittles down & then slowly pour warm water around them, the colors run! 91 more words

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Fine Motor Fun and Games

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